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Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area
County: Monroe County (Keys)
Size: 28.48 acres
Latitude: 24.67671º Longitude: -81.40227º
Managing Agency: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

There are 104 taxa reported for
Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area

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Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Abildgaardia ovata Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Agalinis fasciculata Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Andropogon glomeratus var. pumilus Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Andropogon longiberbis Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Ardisia escallonioides Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Aristida purpurascens Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Avicennia germinans Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Bacopa monnieri Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Batis maritima Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Bidens alba var. radiata Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Borrichia frutescens Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Bourreria succulenta Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Buchnera americana Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Byrsonima lucida Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Calyptranthes pallens Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Cenchrus incertus Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Chamaecrista nictitans var. aspera Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Chiococca parvifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Cladium jamaicense Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Coccoloba diversifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Coccoloba uvifera Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Coccothrinax argentata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Conocarpus erectus Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Crossopetalum rhacoma Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Dactyloctenium aegyptium Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Ruderal 18492
Desmanthus virgatus Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Desmodium incanum Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Drypetes diversifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Eleocharis cellulosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Eragrostis elliottii Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Eremochloa ophiuroides Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Potentially Invasive 18492
Erithalis fruticosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Ernodea littoralis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Eugenia axillaris Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Eugenia foetida Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Euphorbia blodgettii Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Euphorbia hypericifolia Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Exothea paniculata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Ficus citrifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Fimbristylis cymosa Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 18492
Fimbristylis spadicea Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Flaveria linearis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Guapira discolor Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Guettarda scabra Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Gyminda latifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Heterosavia bahamensis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Krugiodendron ferreum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Laguncularia racemosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Leucothrinax morrisii Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Manilkara jaimiqui subsp. emarginata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Metopium toxiferum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Mikania scandens Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Monanthochloe littoralis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Morinda royoc Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Mosiera longipes Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Myrica cerifera Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Myrsine cubana Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Neptunia pubescens Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Paspalum caespitosum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Paspalum laxum Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Pectis glaucescens Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Pentalinon luteum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Phyla nodiflora Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Piscidia piscipula Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Pithecellobium keyense Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Polygala boykinii Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Polygala violacea Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Polypremum procumbens Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Pteridium caudatum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Randia aculeata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Reynosia septentrionalis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Rhizophora mangle Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Rhynchospora colorata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Rhynchospora floridensis Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Ruppia maritima Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Sabal palmetto Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Samolus ebracteatus Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Schinus terebinthifolius Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 18492
Schizachyrium gracile Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Schizachyrium sanguineum Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Serenoa repens Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Setaria parviflora Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Seutera angustifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Sida ciliaris Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Sideroxylon celastrinum Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Sideroxylon salicifolium Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Simarouba glauca Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Spermacoce remota Present Doubtfully Native Assumed to be Introduced Ruderal 18492
Spermacoce verticillata Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Ruderal 18492
Sporobolus pyramidalis Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Ruderal 18492
Sporobolus virginicus Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Stachytarpheta jamaicensis Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Stylosanthes hamata Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Suriana maritima Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Symphyotrichum tenuifolium Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 18492
Tillandsia balbisiana Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Tillandsia flexuosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Tillandsia paucifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Tillandsia utriculata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Vachellia choriophylla Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 18493
Vanilla barbellata Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Voyria parasitica Present Native Not Introduced Native 18493
Waltheria indica Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492
Ximenia americana Present Native Not Introduced Native 18492


References for Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area:
Bradley, K.A., & S.W. Woodmansee. 2000. Observations of vascular plants at Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife Environmental Area, Monroe County (Keys), Florida. 6 September 2000. Institute for Regional Conservation. Miami, Florida.
Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, & R. Guerra. 2000. Observations of vascular plants at Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife Environmental Area, Monroe County (Keys), Florida. 14 September 2000. Institute for Regional Conservation. Miami, Florida.
Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2000. Floristic survey and rare species assessment of the properties in the Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Marathon, Florida. Miami: The Institute for Regional Conservation.


Vouchers for Middle Torch Hammocks Parcel 3063, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area: